blind

  核心词汇  
[blaɪnd]     [blaɪnd]    
  • adj.盲目的;瞎的;未察觉的
  • vt.使失明;隐藏
  • adv.盲目地
  • n.百叶窗;幌子
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blind是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

adj.(形容词)
  1. 隐蔽的
  2. 盲目的,无目的的
  3. 失明的,瞎的,盲
  4. 视而不见的
  5. 人力不能控制的,单凭仪表驾驶的
  6. <俚>极少的
  7. 地址未写清楚的
  8. 走不通的
  9. 供盲人用的
  10. 轻率的,鲁莽的,胡来的,蛮干的,蒙昧的,愚昧的
adv.(副词)
  1. 盲目地
  2. 看不见地
  3. 轻率地,鲁莽地,胡乱地
  4. 单凭仪表驾驶地
  5. 厉害地
  6. 烂醉如泥
  7. 有关飞行视线受阻地
  8. 不顾一切地
  9. 未经目击地
n.(名词)
  1. 百叶窗,窗帘,帘子
  2. 单凭仪表的驾驶
  3. 遮眼物,遮目物,障眼物,眼罩
  4. 挡箭牌
  5. 屏风
  6. 隐棚
  7. 搪塞话
  8. 口实
  9. 诱饵,囮
  10. 痛饮
  11. 发酒疯
  12. 掩饰,借口
  13. <美>埋伏处,埋伏地
v.(动词)
  1. 使失去理智,使思维混沌,使失去判断力、理解力或洞察力,使昏聩
  2. 使失明,使看不见,(使)弄瞎,把...的眼睛弄花,使眼花,使目眩,使无视力,使眼花缭乱,使变模糊
  3. 瞎开车
  4. 蒙蔽,欺瞒
  5. 使隐蔽,遮蔽,遮掩掉,把...隐藏起来
  6. 使变暗,(把...)遮暗,使黑暗
  7. 使相形失色,使相形见绌,使相形之下黯然失色
  8. 给(新路面)铺砂砾
  9. 用术语使某人困惑

双解释义

adj.(形容词)
  1. 失明的,瞎眼的 unable or without the power to see, unable or failing to see
  2. 视而不见的,盲目的 unable or unwilling to recognize or understand sth bad; without thought, judgment, or reason
v.(动词)
  1. vt. 使看不见,使瞎 make unable to see
  2. vt. 使失去判断力或理解力 take away power of judgement or understanding
n.(名词)
  1. [P]窗帘,百叶窗 roll of cloth or woolen strings that you can pull down to cover a window

行业释义

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blind : 隐蔽的, 盲 ...
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blind : 不着墨的, ...
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blind : 挡板;螺旋 ...
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blind : 遮暗,百叶 ...

英英释义

Noun:
  1. people who have severe visual impairments, considered as a group;

    "he spent hours reading to the blind"

  2. a hiding place sometimes used by hunters (especially duck hunters);

    "he waited impatiently in the blind"

  3. a protective covering that keeps things out or hinders sight;

    "they had just moved in and had not put up blinds yet"

  4. something intended to misrepresent the true nature of an activity;

    "he wasn't sick--it was just a subterfuge"
    "the holding company was just a blind"

Adjective:
  1. unable to see;

    "a person is blind to the extent that he must devise alternative techniques to do efficiently those things he would do with sight if he had normal vision"

  2. unable or unwilling to perceive or understand;

    "blind to a lover's faults"
    "blind to the consequences of their actions"

  3. not based on reason or evidence;

    "blind hatred"
    "blind faith"
    "unreasoning panic"

Verb:
  1. render unable to see

  2. make blind by putting the eyes out;

    "The criminals were punished and blinded"

  3. make dim by comparison or conceal

blind的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. Love is blind and sometimes deaf.
    爱情是盲目的,有时甚至是聋的。
  2. She wants it so much that she became so stupid and blind.
    她那么渴望,以致到了又笨又盲目的地步。
  3. There's none so blind as those who won't see.
    瞎子不算瞎,有眼不看才是瞎。
  4. She was blind to the silent worship in his eyes.
    她没有发觉他眼里流露出的无声的敬慕之情。
用作及物动词 (vt.)
  1. The soldier was blinded in battle.
    那个士兵在战斗中双目失明。
  2. Staring at an eclipse can blind you.
    盯着日蚀看会致盲。
  3. Your pride cannot blind God!
    你的骄傲蒙蔽不了上帝。
  4. By this time Felice's tears began to blind her.
    这时候泪水开始蒙住了佛艾丽丝的眼睛。
  5. Falling in love can blind us to an extent.
    爱情会让人盲目。
用作副词 (adv.)
  1. Most parents have a blind spot for their children.
    大多数父母盲目地疼爱他们的孩子。
  2. Many elderly people give their money to crooks in blind faith.
    很多老人因盲目地相信骗子而把自己的钱给了他们。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. Something,such as a window shade or a Venetian blind,that hinders vision or shuts out light.
    遮光物如窗帘或软百叶窗等能遮挡视线或挡住阳光的物体。
  2. The extract takes room air through the light shelf and lower window venetian blind cavity via the clerestory glazing plenum.
    这些汲取设备通过遮阳构架和较低的活动百叶窗间隙再经由天窗双层玻璃或的室内通风。

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. A blind man can't judge colours.
    瞎子不能判断颜色。
  2. He's a blind man.
    他是个盲人。
  3. Tom helped the blind man across the road.
    汤姆帮助那位盲人过马路。
  4. There were six blind men in a village in India.
    在印度的一个村庄里有六个盲人。
  5. A blind man will not thank you for a looking-glass.
    瞎子不谢赠镜人。
  6. The blind man can't see the traffic light.
    盲人看不见红绿灯。
  7. Blind love mistakes a harelip for a dimple.
    情人眼里出西施。
  8. It's a blind lane.
    这是条死胡同。
  9. It's a blind wall.
    这是堵无窗无门的墙。
  10. There is a blind curve on the highway.
    那条公路上有一个难以看见的转弯处。
  11. There was a blind smile on her face.
    她脸上露出隐约的一笑。
  12. There was a blind rage in him.
    他心中有一团无名之火。
  13. He killed the man in a blind fury.
    他一怒之下把那人杀了。
  14. We refused him on his blind side.
    我们利用他的弱点来驳斥他。
  15. Blind worship of this idol must be ended.
    对这个偶像的盲目崇拜应该结束了。
  16. Some people think that the world is governed by blind forces.
    有些人认为,世界受盲目势力支配着。
  17. He has blind faith in what she says.
    他盲目听信她说的话。
  18. The majority of the people used to have blind faith in the wisdom of the leaders.
    以前大多数的民众都盲目崇拜领袖人物的智慧。
  19. They were ready to follow in blind confidence whenever he might lead.
    他无论什么时候领导,他们都盲目相信。
  20. We were not going to take a holiday this year but we were passing the travel agents and on a blind impulse went in and booked a fortnight in Thailand for next month.
    我们原不打算今年休假,但经过旅行社门口时,却凭着一时的盲目冲动,走进去预定了下个月去泰国两个星期的旅游票。
  21. In his blind haste he almost ran into the river.
    他匆匆忙忙地几乎跑到河里去了。
  22. He did not take a blind bit of notice.
    他一点都没注意。
  23. Even the blindest person must see that this elephant isn't like any of the things you named.
    即使最瞎的人也会知道这只大象不像你们所说的任何东西。
n. +~
  1. He is a man blind from birth.
    他生来就盲。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. He's blind.
    他瞎了。
  2. Keller was blind, deaf and dumb.
    凯勒又盲又聋又哑。
  3. The old man with the white stick was blind.
    拄着白手杖的那个老头是盲人。
  4. He is ninety-four years of age and he is blind, deaf, and bad-tempered.
    他已是94岁了,又瞎又聋,脾气又不好。
  5. He is stone-blind.
    他全盲。
  6. He is half blind.
    他半盲。
  7. He is color blind.
    他色盲。
  8. There's none so blind as Terry when it comes to praising the work of modern artists.
    吹捧起现代艺术家的作品时,特里完全不顾事实。
  9. None are so blind as those who won't see.
    不看事实的人眼睛最瞎。
  10. She grew blind.
    她变成了瞎子。
  11. He has gone blind.
    他已经变成了瞎子。
  12. He went blind when he was young.
    他在年轻的时候就失明了。
  13. He was born blind.
    他生来就瞎。
  14. He was struck blind.
    他受打击而变得盲目。
  15. Love is sometimes blind.
    爱情有时是盲目的。
S+be+~+ prep .-phrase
  1. The horse is blind in the right eye.
    这匹马的右眼瞎了。
  2. He is half blind in the right eye.
    他右眼半盲。
用作宾语补足语 S+V+O+~
  1. The accident left him almost totally blind.
    那次事故使他几乎双目失明。
  2. She wept her eyes blind.
    她哭瞎了眼睛。
  3. She cried herself blind in her sorrow.
    她因悲伤而哭瞎了眼。
  4. She read and worked herself blind.
    她过度用功导致眼盲。
其他 as n.
  1. The blind often know things by feeling them.
    盲人往往凭触摸来识别东西。
  2. The blind are to be taken care of.
    盲人应该得到照顾。
  3. Among the blind the one-eyed man is king.
    盲人国里,独眼称王。
  4. He runs an institution for the blind.
    他办了一所盲人大学。
  5. A collection for the blind will be made next Saturday.
    下星期六将为盲人募捐。
  6. Don't make fun of the blind.
    不要开盲人的玩笑。
  7. He gives alms to the blind.
    他赈济盲人。
用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. The explosion blinded him in the right eye.
    那次爆炸事故使他右眼失明。
  2. The sulphuric acid went on her face and blinded her.
    硫酸流到她的脸上,把眼弄瞎了。
  3. The glare from the sun and snow blinded him.
    炫目的阳光和白雪刺得他睁不开眼睛。
  4. The glare of the sun almost blinded them.
    太阳的强光使他们眼花。
  5. The strong smoke blinded me from her view.
    浓烟使她看不见我。
  6. The fog blinds us.
    雾使我们看不见。
  7. Clouds blind the stars from my view.
    云块使我看不见星星。
  8. The darkness blinds the path.
    黑暗使路看不见。
  9. Money blinded him.
    钱财把他迷住了。
  10. His resentment blinds his good sense.
    愤怒使他失去理智。
  11. 用于be ~ed结构
  12. He was blinded by the smoke from the burning leaves.
    树叶燃烧冒出的烟使他看不见。
  13. He was blinded by dust.
    他的眼睛被灰尘迷住了。
  14. My eyes were momentarily blinded by flash bulbs.
    我的眼睛被闪光灯照得一时间什么都看不见了。
  15. I was blinded by the car headlights.
    汽车前车灯的灯光使我眼花目眩。
  16. The crash was due to the driver's being blinded by a sudden violent rainstorm.
    一阵突如其来的暴风雨遮住了司机的视线,造成了这次撞车事故。
  17. He was accidentally blinded in the left eye.
    他意外弄瞎了左眼。
  18. He was blinded of one eye.
    他瞎了一只眼。
  19. The soldier was blinded of both eyes in the war.
    那士兵在战争中双目失明了。
  20. He was blinded by the lust for gain.
    他利令智昏。
  21. He was blinded by prejudice.
    偏见使他无所觉察。
  22. She is blinded by love.
    她被爱情蒙住了眼睛。
  23. Her eyes were blinded with tears.
    泪水模糊了她的眼睛。
  24. Our eyes are often blinded with passion.
    我们往往因感情冲动而失去判断力。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. We have rolling blinds,Venetian blinds and window-blinds in our house.
    我们屋内有卷帘、威尼斯帘、窗帘。
  2. He pulled down the blinds.
    他放下百叶窗。
  3. Would you object to my drawing up the blinds?
    你不反对我卷起窗帘吧?
  4. The store was just a blind for their gambling operation.
    那家商店不过是他们进行赌博活动的掩饰而已。
  5. His fishing trips were a blind for smuggling operation.
    他的钓鱼活动不过是他走私的掩盖罢了。
  6. His newspaper job was only a blind for his real business, which was receiving stolen goods.
    他在报社的工作只是他的真正勾当接收赃物的一种掩护。
  7. When he hunts ducks, he hides behind a blind of twigs, grass, and leaves.
    他打野鸭时通常躲在树枝草叶做的隐棚后面。

常用短语

用作形容词 (adj.)
a blind alley
  1. 死胡同,绝境 an alley with a wall at the end

    I'm afraid you came into a blind alley. 我恐怕你走到死胡同里来了。

    I'm afraid our present course of action may turn out to be a blind alley. 我担心我们目前这种干法可能是条死胡同。

    They tried one idea after another, but they all seemed blind alleys. 他们试了一个个办法,但看起来都行不通。

as blind as a bat
  1. 视觉有困难的 having difficulty in seeing

    He is as blind as a bat. 他双眼全是瞎的。

    Stepping from the bright sunlight into the darkness of that cellar,I was as blind as a bat until my eyes became used to it. 从明亮的阳光下走进黑暗的地窖中,我什么也看不见,直到眼睛适应了为止。

be blind to
  1. 对…视而不见 unable or unwilling to understand or notice sb/sth

    He was blind to the consequences. 他不知道后严果的重性。

    He is blind to his own interests. 他不知道自己的利益。

    He was blind to his wife. 他不了解自己的妻子。

    I am not blind to it. 我并非不知道它。

    They were not blind to the defects of Western society. 他们并非不了解西方社会的缺陷。

    He is blind to his own weakness. 他看不到自己的缺点。

    She is blind to his faults. 她对他的缺点视而不见。

    He was very stubborn and was blind to his own defects. 他很固执,看不见自己本身的缺点。

    Mothers are sometimes blind to the faults of their children. 母亲们有时看不到子女的缺点。

    You are always blind to the strength of the people. 你总是看不到人民的力量。

    If we are blind to this, we shall commit the gravest error imaginable. 如果我们看不到这一点,就会犯极大的错误。

    The girls were completely blind to the consequences of their actions. 女孩子们对于自己的行为所产生的后果完全不注意。

    We must not be blind to the suffering of others. 我们对他人的苦难绝不能熟视无睹。

    They are blind to the facts. 他们无视事实。

    He was blind to her needs. 他看不到她的需要。

    He was blind to all arguments. 和他有理也讲不通。

be blind with
  1. 被…弄得眼花,因…狂热unable to see clearly with sth

    The woman in the country was blind with the big city. 这位农村妇女被大城市弄得眼花缭乱。

    He was blind with rage. 他因发怒而失去了理智。

    He is blind with fury. 他茫然地发怒。

    His mind was blind with weeping. 他哭糊涂了。

blind drunk
  1. 〈俚〉烂醉如泥 very drunk

    He had six pints of beer and was blind drunk by the time he went home. 他喝了6品脱啤酒,回家后醉得不省人事。

    He'll be blind drunk by the time he gets home from Tom's wedding. 他参加汤姆的 婚礼回来将会喝得烂醉如泥。

swear blind
  1. 发誓 be adamant

    She swore blind she wasn't at the show, and yet I saw her there. 她发誓说她没 有去看演出,但我却看到她在那儿。

the blind leading the blind
  1. 瞎子给瞎子引路,外行指导外行 the uninformed attempting to inform others

    He said he knew the way and would lead us there, but he didn't; it was a case of the blind leading the blind. 他说他认识路并愿意带我们去那儿,但是他事实上并不认识路,完全是盲人教瞎子。

    If the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch. 如果外行指导外行的话,那么两方肯定会掉到沟里边。

turn a/one's blind eye to
  1. 假装看不见 pretend not to see

    He turned a blind eye to her mistakes. 他对她的错误睁一只眼闭一只眼。

    She turned a blind eye to the facts. 她闭眼不看事实。

    He turned a blind eye to my achievements. 他对我的成绩视而不见。

    You shouldn't really drink here, but I'm willing to turn my blind eye to it. 你 实在不该在这儿喝酒,不过我愿意装作没看见。

用作动词 (v.)
blind to( v.+prep. )
  1. 使无视,不理会 refuse to allow sb, especially oneself to know sth blind sb to sth

    Greed for money blinded her to the danger.贪财使她看不见危险。

    His optimism blinded him to many problems.他的乐观态度使他对许多问题视而不见。

    His determination blinded him to all the difficulties.他的执拗使他看不到存在的困难。

    His desires to do it blinded him to all the difficulties.他因渴望做那件事而看不到将会遇到的各种困难。

    The desire to climb the mountain blinded Jim to all the difficulties.登山的强烈欲望使吉姆无视所有的困难。

    His admiration for her beauty blinded him to her faults.他痴情于她的美貌,完全看不到她的缺点。

    You can't blind yourself to the true facts: the position is hopeless.你不能无视活生生的事实,那个职位是毫无希望的。

    We have to beware that missionary zeal doesn't blind us to the realities here.我们必须注意绝不能让宣传的狂热使我们对这里的现实视而不见。

    用于 be ~ed 结构

    For the first three years of their marriage,Mary was blinded to Jim's faults.他们婚后的头三年,玛丽未能看出吉姆的缺点。

    Mothers are sometimes blinded to the faults of their children.母亲们有时看不到子女的缺点。

    He was blinded to his son's faults.他对儿子的错误视而不见。

    They were not blinded to the defects of Western society.他们并非不了解西方社会的缺陷。

词汇搭配

用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词 名词+~ 副词+~ ~+介词
用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+介词
用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~

经典引文

  • If the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch.

    出自:Bible (AV): Matthew
  • The little blind bed-chamber.

    出自:S. Pepys
  • How jealousy blinds people!

    出自:R. B. Sheridan
  • The glamour of their resounding titles blinded him to their faults.

    出自:W. S. Maugham

blind的详细讲解:

词语用法

adj.(形容词)
  1. blind的基本意思是“失明”,指没有能力看清事物。引申则表示对显而易见的事物“视而不见”,也可指“盲目的”。
  2. blind一般指双目失明,“一只眼瞎了”应说blind in〔of〕 one eye。“左〔右〕眼瞎了”应说blind in the left〔right〕 eye。
  3. blind在句中可用作定语、主语补足语或宾语补足语。
  4. 表示“某人是盲人”时,只能以人作主语,不能用eye作主语。blind一般也直接修饰eye。
  5. 表示“对…视而不见”时须接介词to。
  6. blind前加定冠词the,可表示“盲人”这一类人。在句中用作主语时,其谓语动词一般要用复数形式。
  7. “盲人”是blind man,不是blindman,作“捉迷藏”解时却是blindman's buff,因为在 “捉迷藏”的游戏中,捉人的儿童并非盲童。
  8. 偶尔可用比较等级,此时语义上不甚严格。
v.(动词)
  1. blind的基本意思是“使看不见或看不清”,可指使其视觉器官失明; 也可指通过设置障碍等方法使其“看不见”。引申可指缺乏识别实际存在的事物所必需的思想或理解力、洞察力或判断力。
  2. blind一般用作及物动词,主语一般为物或事物,其宾语可以是人,即“使…看不见”,也可以是物,即“使看不见…”。用于被动结构时,主语可以是人,也可以是eye等名词。
n.(名词)
  1. blind用作名词时的基本意思是“窗帘,百叶窗”,常用复数形式,但表示单数意义。引申可作“借口,掩饰”解,在美式英语中可指猎人狩猎时的“埋伏地,掩蔽处”,一般用于单数形式,且常加不定冠词。

词义辨析

v.(动词)
blind of, blind to
这两个短语的意思是不相同的。blind of的意思是“…盲”“…瞎”。而blind to的意思是“不知”“对…是盲目的”。
blind, blinded
这两个词都可以用作表语, blind是形容词,而blinded是动词blind的过去分词。其区别是:
原因明确时用blinded; 原因不明确时用blind。例如:
He was blinded by dust.他因灰尘而看不清东西。
He became blind.他瞎了。

常见错误

adj.(形容词)
  1. 盲人需要我们的帮助。

    The blind needs our help.

    The blind need our help.

  2. 那诗人双目失明。

    The poet is a blind.

    The poet is blind.

    blind前面加上定冠词the,泛指“盲人”,不能用来指单个的人。

  3. 他一只眼瞎了。

    He is blind in an eye.

    He is blind in one eye.

    He is blind of an eye.

    He is blind of one eye.

    表示一只眼睛失明时可以用be blind in one eye 或 be blind of an eye。用in 时,其后一般接one eye; 用of时,其后可接one eye,也可接an eye。

  4. 他左眼瞎了。

    He is blind of the left eye.

    He is blind in the left eye.

    具体表达(左、右)哪个眼瞎了,介词要用in,不能用of。

  5. 她从小眼睛就瞎了。

    Her left eye became blind when she was a girl.

    She became〔went〕 blind when she was a girl.

    blind用作表语时,其主语只能是人,不能是eye。

  6. 他对自己的缺陷视而不见。

    He is blind of his own defects.

    He is blind to his own defects.

    在be blind, turn a blind eye 等之后都接to,表示“对…视而不见”。

  7. The blind is my uncle.

    盲人是我的叔父。

    那盲人是我的叔父。

    the blind在一定上下文中也可指单个人,这时谓语动词是单数形式,此处的blind是名词。而在表示“一类人”的the blind中blind是形容词。

词源解说

  • ☆ 直接源自古英语的bnild,意为暗的,智力低下的。

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正版词典

blind : 盲的,瞎的 ...
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blind : 盲的, 失 ...
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blind : 瞎的,失明 ...
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